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Palestinian police detain 'mosque thief'
Published Sunday 23/02/2014 (updated) 23/02/2014 14:14
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- A man from the Hebron district confessed to stealing shoes and electric tools from various mosques in the Bethlehem area, Palestinian police said in a statement.

The statement said the suspect -- a man from al-Arrub refugee camp north of Hebron -- confessed to stealing shoes while worshipers were performing prayers, in addition to stealing electric equipment.

After investigating a robbery that was reported at a mosque in the village of al-Khadr following several similar incidents, police detained the man, the statement said.
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1 ) mary / Australia
23/02/2014 15:44
It's time to bring in that well thumbed sticky magazine with the title: Seventy Two Virgins.

2 ) Mel / USA
24/02/2014 19:41
Of course,we needn't mention all the otherwise,mundane,trivial things stolen by Jewish refugees in the ghettoes where they were forced to endure the inhumanity of their oppressors & struggle to survive,when leather was a TREASURE &electrical goods sold on(Judenrat)black-market could FEED A WHOLE Jewish family for months!!!!And we don't need to remind anyone that persecution,humiliation,collective punishment,property destruction of ANY civilian refugees,is the REAL WAR CRIME! Perspective!
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